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Alan Courtis
Los Galpones

Super-productive Argentinian noise-man (and Reynols founder) Alan Courtis (also sometimes known as Anla Courtis) has a new slab of solo material for you to chew over. Los Galpones (or, ‘The Sheds’) is a droning blur of metals, guitar, violin and other objects, a thickly-textured soundscape to lose ones thoughts in. Edition of 300 vinyl LPs on Fabrica.
  • Vinyl LP (FABRE038)
  • £21.99 £13.19 (saving: £8.80)
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David First
Same Animal, Different Cages Vol. 2: Solomonos for Analog Synthesizer

David First presents his work with a slightly detached, technical-experiment kind of vibe: this release is sub-titled Solomonos for Analog Synthesiser, and features explorations of a single Korg MS-20 synthesiser. But First just can’t resist getting pulled into the thrill and joy of working with his tool, and excitement shines through the austerity of these sounds. Same Animal, Different Cages Vol. 2 is out on the Fabrica label, limited to 300 copies.

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David First
Same Animal, Different Cages Vol. 1: Études for Acoustic Guitar

David First picks up his acoustic guitar for this release, the first in what promises to be a series. Throughout these Études he uses the technique of constantly bending the strings (and consequently the sound) as he plays: we’ve all heard that sound, but never expanded into a whole record before! It gives everything on Same Animal, Different Cages Vol 1 a pleasingly unusual feel.
  • Vinyl LP (FABREC040.1)
  • £28.99 £17.39 (saving: £11.60)
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The Tobacconists
A Secret Place

The Tobacconists are Scott Foust (Idea Fire Company/Swill Radio) and Frans de Waard (Kapotte Muziek/Korm Plastics). In 2005, Frans joined Idea Fire Company on their European tour (as documented on the “Vital - Live In Europe” CD). Four years later, Scott F. returned to Europe to screen his feature film “Here’s To Love” and reconnected with Frans to form The Tobacconists. An intensive week of rehearsals yielded six new pieces of music, followed by a European tour and a proper studio recording. These new pieces became “A Secret Place.” "A Secret Place" differs from their first LP by its inclusion of bass guitar, rhythms, and synthesizers. Scott Foust calls himself a "one man Dome (Bruce Gilbert and Graham Lewis’ post-Wire project) promotion army" and admirer of Gilbert & Lewis’ recorded output of the 1980s, but he’s not alone: both Mike and Frans are massive fans too, so they decided this new record should have some of those signature Dome bass lines and general playfulness.